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How are N.C. driver license numbers determined? Did they start at 1 and go up?

Cecil Hester
StarNews

The numbers do not start at 1 and up, said Alan Monteith of the N.C. Department of Transportation.

The numbers are completely computer generated. Basically, they randomly assign numbers from a computer.

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